The European Labour Authority (ELA) organised a week-long Training for labour and social inspectors on 4-8 December 2023. More than 60 inspectors participated in the training, which ended with a roadside mock-inspection in Bratislava, Slovakia. The objective of the training was to enhance the inspectors’ knowledge and skills on cross-border inspections.
The European Labour Authority (ELA) coordinated and supported several inspections across the EU in 16-22 October 2023, with special attention to working conditions in the construction sector.
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ELA supported the 2023 EMPACT Trafficking in Human Being Hackathon
The document provides insights and practical tools useful not only to national competent authorities in the field of posting of workers, but also to a wide range of institutions.
Around thirty workers were controlled, some of them were identified as third country nationals using fake ID cards from EU member states.
ELA has launched today it’s new information and awareness raising campaign during a press conference in Helsinki, Finland. The first ELA-supported joint inspection between Finland and Estonia is also taking place at the same time.
The European Labour Authority (ELA) hits the mark of successfully facilitating 100 concerted and joint labour inspections since its establishment at the end of 2019.